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Rob Webber

Rob Webber (born 1 August 1986 in York, England) is a rugby union player for Bath Rugby in the English Premiership.

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61' Sale win a penalty on their 22. Sam James will have chance to move us upfield and away from danger. Marc Jones…
I would get excited Rob, doubt they'll be anyone of note coming in. Fans can see right through this facade from Webber
When I was a kid I had a Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber CD and used to sing “I Don’t Know How To Love Him” on repeat . I was a ga…
Rob come on I think Webber just spins and spins. If he said there is no need to sell why are we ?
Very naive view Rob. Club & Webber have to say & do what is best from a business point of view. There is…
Don’t be so naive Rob. Webber & the board were never going to say “we need to sell in January” as it wou…
51' | Nothing to show for, for the away side as Rob Webber rips away possession and MacGinty boots away. 17-22
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.It's not just money! Has to be well spent and held accountable
Agreed Something as basic as clean water is crucial.
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They just called buddy whose name is Robert, "Slob on the knob Rob" lmao
Would you rather have Mookie Betts or Mike Trout? It's become a very real conversation
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it was defin a memorable one unlike the one we have right now. Also remember that both Alonso and Webber had massive crashes
Karren Brady and Andrew Lloyd-Webber voted in Lords to take tax credits away from working women, lost the vote
Andrew LLoyd Webber flew back to the UK from New York just to vote in favour of tax credit cuts. That's why he's in the…
Rob Webber (starting) TJ Ioane, and Sam Tuitupou (bench) all included in Sale's team to play Bristol tomorrow night.
lmao I remember that shot til today. Webber was crying when Rob was taking the shot
lmao stop he let Chris Webber rob him of 2 chips lol
The biggest game of the season. and Chris Webber is on the call
I wish they take Chris Webber off the commentary.he's awful 😂
Chris Webber has the IQ of a freshly graduated 6th grader
can someone please tell Chris Webber it is pronounced Rob-er-son not Robe-r-son.
As much as Chris Webber irritates me as a commentator, I would listen to him EXCLUSIVELY over Rob Black, Jack Armstrong and Leo Rautins.
Chris webber been gargling Steph nuts all game
Did Webber just toss in a Dumb and Dumber line? Respect.
Why did chris webber just say its ok that bogut got away with a travel? 🤔
I don't know what's worse, the Warriors ball movement or the commentating of Webber and Miller
hey Rob, what about my summer vacation? But really, bring 'em on!
Mark Webber, after winning the 2010 with Red Bull.
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Grassroots to Greats: Rob Webber full feature | Rugby Tonight -
Sale announce signing of Rob Webber from Bath -
😟 How many front row spankings is that this season though?? My right hand will be as raw as Rob Webber's fat *** cheeks
What's really important is why is Chris Webber allowed to announce
VIDEO: "Grassroots to Greats - Bath and England's offers an insight into his rugby journey" via
Rob Webber signing with Sale -> creating space for Jack Walker at Bath -> allowing Tommy Taylor to move to Wasps?
BREAKING: Rumours that Sale Sharks have sealed the signature of Bath hooker Rob Webber to replace Tommy Taylor who moves to Wasps.
Kirk Cousins went into full Chris Webber mode
Interesting to see a pished Andrew Lloyd Webber at a fancy London restaurant today. Was there another vote today to rob those in need?
still shouldn't rule out Rob Webber either.
comes on for today. Wasps Fan... "Rob Webber is on the Flank" think you need some PT Sessions Guy...
COMING UP: Today's welcomes (Mark Webber) and Jaymi MacKay. Co-host is Rob James from Listen from 11.
England hopeful Rob Webber determined not to take spot in World Cup squad for granted
show this to webber and cray cray.. So's ur wife Mitchell!
Big thanks to Tracy Rowland, Rob Webber, and all the open mic-ers who made it such a fun Split Personality! I learned so much about Semester at Sea and Denny's diversity videos. See ya again on Thursday!
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Rob is Bioman on the show Defiance and Bruce on Lost Girl, he is an actor/stuntman on many other shows also
Ahead of the 1st Test in New Zealand, caught up with Rob Webber and Dave Attwood to talk about how preparations are going and a first senior call-up for fellow Bath Rugby forward, Nathan Catt. This video also comes with a warning for crimes against fashion. Look out for Dave Attwood's choice of footwear!
VIDEO: Bath Rugby Odd Couple Dave Attwood and Rob Webber getting comfortable with England in New Zealand...
Special thx to Rob Webber for the audio recording :)
It has been a record breaking month for us this May since the drop of our SS.14 collection. The 100th order of the month has just landed and we will be dishing out a free cap to you Mr Rob Webber. Thanks to everyone who has placed orders with us this month and for your patience at busy times! New bits are being adding to the range in coming weeks! Keep an eye out!
Mike tells his boss Martin Webber wants a follow up on HOW to daydream. I'm very happy to oblige. Let me know when Rob. Andrew.
I do believe Ricciardo win more races than Mark Webber at Red Bull. But yes, relative to Seb, his luck has been much better so far.
Enjoyed Monaco GP. I have a theory that Rosberg is the new Webber. V quick on a few key tracks but Hamilton will blow him away elsewhere.
Newey doesn't instantly mean a title. Just ask Kimi or DC or Webber
NeilRose published Strong Bath Rugby showing in England squads for New Zealand and...: Hooker Rob Webber...
Rob Webber in line for England squad call-up - Pocklington Post:
Bath Rugby hooker Rob Webber's hopes of being fit for England's tour to New Zealand have been handed a boost after he joined up with the Red Rose squad last night. An ankle injury at the start of the...
Rob Webber added to England squad for New Zealand tour: Bath hooker added to Stuart Lancaster's preliminary pa...
Boost for Rob Webber's New Zealand tour hopes as Bath Rugby hooker joins up with England squad
Aviva Premiership: Bath welcome back duo for Worcester clash - Rob Webber and Jonathan Joseph both return to Baths matchday squad to face Worcester in Saturdays clash at the Recreation Ground. -
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Met up with Rob Webber and Jack French fellow advocate for Consumer Union.
In the first of RFUtv's RBS 6 Nations Player Diaries, England trio Rob Webber, Dave Attwood and Jack Nowell bring you up-to-date with what's been happening d...
Rob Webber is batting well above his average
Lancaster names England team to play Argentina November 7, 2013 England will field a changed front row in Saturday’s QBE International against Argentina at Twickenham. Joe Marler, Dylan Hartley and David Wilson replace Mako Vunipola, Tom Youngs and Dan Cole against the Pumas. Cole and Youngs are included on an experienced replacements’ bench, which also sees the return from concussion and injury of fellow British & Irish Lions Alex Corbisiero and Geoff Parling. England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster said: “Joe Marler was excellent off the bench against Australia and merits his opportunity, as does David Wilson, who has been pushing hard for selection. “Dylan gets a deserved chance at hooker with Tom Youngs on the bench after the safe arrival of his first child this morning. Rob Webber remains on standby. “Christian Wade was in contention for a start but his hamstring tightened up in training and unfortunately he hasn’t recovered sufficiently in time to be considered for Saturday. Maland Yarde fai ...
Webber targeting spot with England: Rob Webber is determined to force his way back into Stuart Lancaster's Eng...
Argentina v England: England player ratings Posted on Jun 10, 2013 1. Joe Marler: 6.5 Not bad but not great from the Harlequins man. Temper seemed to get the better of him at times amid petulant provocations from the opposing front row. 2.Rob Webber: 7.5 Near perfect lineout throwing but he impressed mostly in the loose where he carried with purpose and tackled superbly. Very impressive in his last two starts. 3. David Wilson: 7 Seemed to thrive opposite an inexperienced front row as showed his scrummaging prowess. Tackled well and proved very reliable in Dan Cole’s absence. 4. Joe Launchbury: 8 The young lock is maturing at a rate of knots and this was a performance beyond his years. Seemed everywhere at points in the first half and impressed as part of a dominant pack. 5. Dave Attwood: 8 Terrific target at the lineout and tackled well. Looked tired towards the end of his shift but the work he put in was crucial to England’s set-piece dominance. 6. Tom Wood: 7 A typically industrious performance from ...
Raz suggested that I give an update on the entries as of NOW for the Experts Cup, so folks here it is! (In the order that I find them in my hand). Lee Mcilroy and Hanna Drury Jason Lowther and Matthew Teape (CCS) Shane Attwell and Mike Joss (HRC) Mike Nairn and Stuart Nisbet (CCS) Nathan Pearce and Aarin Hahn (CCS) Sean Keating and Caleb Ash Hugh Harmer and Wayne Keating (CCS) Dan Adams and Warren P-C (CCS) Rob Webber and Greg McPherson Mark Huitenga and David Lathwell (CCS) Kevin Hollingsworth and Aaron Hollingsworth (CCS) Raz Vlad and Daymon Nicoli Trevor Chudleigh and Blake Pearce (CCS) Shane Wilkes and Andrew Piercy (CCS) Mark and Angelina Travers (CCS) Garry Connell (Club Rally) (CCS) Cameron Tunstall and Kody Renyolds (CCS) Dylan King and Lee Tierney Nic Box and Todd Payne (G2) have entered on my invitation, thus will NOT appear in results. Lee Hynes and Stuart Percival Peter Keating and Thomas Humble (CCS) Daniel Webb and Pearse Brady (CCS) So far 7 state entries and 14 Clubman..
England name two debutants in team to face Argentina Posted on Jun 6, 2013 Christian Wade and Matt Kvesic will win their first caps for England against Argentina this weekend. London Wasps wing Wade, 21, and Worcester Warriors flanker Kvesic, 22, make their Test debuts against the Pumas at the Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena in Salta on Saturday (20:10 BST). Three more players – Bath Rugby centre Kyle Eastmond, Sale Sharks prop Henry Thomas and London Wasps back row forward Billy Vunipola – will also win their first caps if they come off the replacements bench. Elsewhere fly half Freddie Burns (Gloucester Rugby), hooker Rob Webber (Bath Rugby) and lock Dave Attwood (Bath Rugby) all start a full international for the first time. Head Coach Stuart Lancaster said: “It is great to have so many young players pushing through and to be able to give them their opportunities on this tour. It is a young England side but one with a great deal of ability and self-belief and it will be great to see how they per ...
Rob Webber my daughter is now walking around singing acied from listening to the scrappy song once last week... result
Rob Webber captains youthful England 24 May 2013 Bath Rugby hooker to captain a young team against the Barbarians Former England Under 20 stars Matt Kvesic and Marland Yarde also start Photo: Getty Images Rob Webber captains England for the first time against the Barbarians at Twickenham Stadium on Sunday. The Bath Rugby hooker leads a youthful side with 21 year-olds Matt Kvesic (Worcester Warriors) and Marland Yarde (London Irish) pulling on a senior shirt for the first time. England’s starting line-up contains nine players aged 24 or under. The replacements for the non-cap game include five more making their first appearances at this level in centre Kyle Eastmond (Bath Rugby), lock Kearnan Myall, scrum half Haydn Thomas (Exeter Chiefs), prop Henry Thomas (Sale Sharks) and number eight Billy Vunipola (London Wasps). England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster said: “We’ve selected a young and exciting side and this is a great opportunity for these players who have shone in the Aviva Premiership this season ...
Henry Thomas, Billy Vunipola, Rob Webber, David Wilson and Tom Wood (Captain) - Thoughts on the squad?
Auction update: from the super lovely Rob Webber at Bath Rugby: 2 X tickets to a home game next season and. drum roll please. A TEAM SIGNED SHIRT! The awesome Sale Sharks Rugby Team have also been super cool and donated a signed shirt and 2 x match tickets!!! Happy Friday people!
Rob Webber still 3 months away from recovering from injury to make his debut for Bath -
Bath Rugby can also confirm Brett Sharman will join the Club on a short-term loan as injury cover for Rob Webber.
Entire XV exit Wasps: Rob Webber: Heading to Bath As London Wasps start to reconstruct after a catastrophic seas...
London Wasps can today confirm that hooker Rob Webber will depart the Club at the end of the current season
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